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NGOs providing healthcare in Afghanistan

By Anna E. Schmaus | 25 Jan, 2017

Dear all,
I am preparing a document for an international donor which will show how healthcare in Afghanistan can be improved.
NGOs are an important part of delivering healthcare in fragile countries.
As expert doctors are missing we are also looking how telemedicine can improve the situation.

So if you are an NGO or know an NGO already established in Afghanistan (national or international), and involved in healthcare and interested in telemedicine, please contact me.

Regards
Anna E. Schmaus-Klughammer

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Katie Foxall Replied at 6:19 AM, 25 Jan 2017

Dear Anna

I work for ecancer, an online open access education channel. We produce free accredited elearning for healthcare professionals around the world (particularly but not exclusively focused on oncology).

We are involved with projects focusing on post-conflict cancer care and healthcare in war zones so we would definitely be interested in discussing possible collaboration with you. ecancer is a not for profit platform.

You can see our elearning here http://ecancer.org/education/education.php.

Best Regards

Katie Foxall

Head of Publishing
ecancer

Leeda Rashid Replied at 2:21 AM, 27 Jan 2017

Hello, Please do feel free in get in direct contact with me. Our organization has recently started a small partnership with the cancer foundation in Afghanistan. http://www.heeda.org/

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